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Meens, Rob, “‘Aliud benitenciale’: the ninth-century Paenitentiale Vindobonense C”, Mediaeval Studies 66 (2004): 1–26.
Goering, Joseph, and Huw Pryce, “The De modo confitendi of Cadwgan, bishop of Bangor”, Mediaeval Studies 62 (2000): 1–27.
Dutton, Paul E., and Anneli Luhtala, “Eriugena in Priscianum”, Mediaeval Studies 56 (1994): 153–163.
Meens, Rob, “The Penitential of Finnian and the textual witness of the Paenitentiale Vindobonense ‘B’”, Mediaeval Studies 55 (1993): 243–255.
Bischoff, Bernhard, and Virginia Brown, “Addenda to Codices latini antiquiores”, Mediaeval Studies 47 (1985): 317–366.
Dutton, Paul E., “The uncovering of the Glosae svper Platonem of Bernard of Chartres”, Mediaeval Studies 46 (1984): 192–221.
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Brown, Alan K., “Bede, a Hisperic etymology, and early sea poetry”, Mediaeval Studies 37 (1975): 419–432.
Murdoch, Brian, “An early Irish Adam and Eve: Saltair na rann and the traditions of the Fall”, Mediaeval Studies 35 (1973): 146–177.
Hennig, John, “The function of the Martyrology of Tallaght”, Mediaeval Studies 26 (1964): 315–328.
Hennig, John, “The Megas Kanon of Andrew of Crete and the Félire of Oengus the Culdee”, Mediaeval Studies 25 (1963): 280–293.
Fowler, David C., “The date of the Cornish Ordinalia”, Mediaeval Studies 23 (1961): 91–125.
McNally, Robert E., “Dies Dominica: two Hiberno-Latin texts”, Mediaeval Studies 22 (1960): 355–361.
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Hennig, John, “Appellations of saints in early Irish martyrologies”, Mediaeval Studies 19 (1957): 227–233.
Selmer, Carl, “The vernacular translations of the Navigatio sancti Brendani: a bibliographical study”, Mediaeval Studies 18 (1956): 145–157.
Hennig, John, “The place of Irish saints in late mediaeval English hagiography”, Mediaeval Studies 16 (1954): 165–171.
Hennig, John, “The Irish counterparts of the Anglo-Saxon Menologium”, Mediaeval Studies 14 (1952): 98–106.
Hennig, John, “A note on the traditions of St. Frediano and St. Silao of Lucca”, Mediaeval Studies 13 (1951): 234–242.
Hull, Vernam, “Cert ríg Caisil: The right of the King of Cashel”, Mediaeval Studies 11 (1949): 233–238.
Hennig, John, “The meaning of All the Saints”, Mediaeval Studies 10 (1948): 147–161.
Hennig, John, “Cataldus Rachav. A study in the early history of diocesan supremacy in Ireland”, Mediaeval Studies 8 (1946): 217–244.
Hennig, John, “St. Albert, patron of Cashel. A study in the history of diocesan episcopacy in Ireland”, Mediaeval Studies 7 (1945): 21–39.

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